What I’ve learnt from collaborating as a creative …

There is always a certain amount of self discovery when working alongside other creatives, watching how they work, what processes they have and most importantly what makes them tick as a creative. Recently I’ve been working alongside Ross Arrowsmith and Stuart Mabbutt on our joint project the People’s Countryside.

1710 10 Holywell Cemetery Peoples Countryside© William Mankelow-3

The work lately has been pretty intense as we’re currently building up to launching our first crowdfund campaign in November that will see us filming, recording and capturing the current state of nature at Holywell Cemetery, Oxford in the New Year.

1710 10 Holywell Cemetery Peoples Countryside© William Mankelow-2

Working alongside Ross and Stuart has lead to a greater understanding for us all on how we work together and what the dynamic is like between us. There will be challenges ahead but so far we’ve worked well together, helped along with a healthy dose of humour and silliness that will stand us in good stead as we move this project forward.

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